Scientists at Stanford University’s School of Medicine are keeping a close eye on Monarch student-athletes. AMHS is one of just three high schools partnering with researchers who will study the impact of concussions on football players at the high school, college, and NFL levels to better understand how to prevent risky collisions. Read more here.Read More
Congratulations to the Robotics Team, which was part of the winning alliance of teams that emerged champions of the Western Regional Robotics Forum’s CalGames in early October.Read More
In late-September, students participating in the Interact Club and Mitty Advocacy Project organized a voter registration drive on campus. These Monarchs ran tables where students could register to vote or pre-registrar so that they would be able to vote as soon as they turn 18 years old. Nice work, Monarchs!Read More
Don’t miss your chance to see the Bay Area premiere of Bright Star on the Thomas Kinkade Center for the Arts stage. The show runs October 12th through October 20th. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students. Buy tickets here.
Fr. Jack Russi Field